Hiroyuki Nishimura, 45, a businessman and founder of 2channel, appeared live on ABEMA’s “Abema Prime” (Monday-Friday, 9:00 pm) on April 4. In one scene, he refuted an expert who claimed that “you and your partner should share the same bedroom.
The topic of the “do’s and don’ts” debate on the program was “Should you share a bedroom with your partner? The topic was “Should I separate my bedroom from my partner’s?
The program introduced a comment that “a good night’s sleep and comfort” were achieved when the couple separated their rooms due to the Corona disaster, and presented data showing that as many as 30% of couples sleep in separate rooms.
Mayumi Mimatsu, director of the “Lovers’ and Married Couples’ Consulting Center,” put a stop to this trend.
According to a Tokyo Gas survey, the percentage of couples sleeping separately increases with age, with more than half of seniors doing so. However, in an age when couples in their 30s and 40s need to enhance their “marital power,” I wonder why it is necessary for them to sleep separately. I would like them to understand their partner’s feelings and make love in the bedroom as a training ground.
After listening to the discussion, Hiroyuki disagreed, saying, “I think people who say that it is better to share a bedroom are just talking about idealism that has nothing to do with the actual situation.
For example, if you have a meeting with an American, he will come to bed at 5:00 a.m.,” said Hiroyuki. If you have a meeting with an American, for example, and you go to bed at 5:00 a.m., you might hear a noise and wake up, so I think there are parts that are impossible. So I don’t think it’s good to force people to do things this way,” he said.
I also have a separate bedroom from my wife.